Miranda's Smile by Thomas Locker

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Miranda loves to watch her artist father at work at his easel. One day, Miranda's father, enchanted by his daughter's smile, offers to paint her portrait. Miranda is thrilled and the painting proceeds well--until she loses a front tooth. Full-color illustrations by the author.
 

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Published September 1, 1994 by Dial. 32 pages
Genres: Children's Books. Fiction

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Miranda's father is an artist, and she visits his studio to bring him newly baked chocolate-chip cookies. `` `What a wonderful smile you have,' her father said, looking at her affectionately. `I'd lov

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Catskill Eagle ) tells of more than a father's love of his daughter's smile (and her cookies): his story enacts the struggle of creation, though in a fairly conventional way, even suggesting the role of muse for Miranda.

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